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SCIP Toronto Chapter and the Special Library Association (SLA) Toronto Chapter Present Next Generation Intelligence Analysis: Applications, Methods and Processes for Elevating Your Organization's Analytical Capabilities and Integrating with Key Intelligence Topics (KITs) Dr. Craig S. Fleisher, Chief Learning Officer/Aurora WDC Bennett Jones/Toronto Wednesday, January 11, 2012 5:00PM - 7:00PM Venue Host Bennett Jones/Toronto
Next Generation Intelligence Analysis: Applications, Methods and Processes for Elevating Your Organization's Analytical Capabilities and Integrating with Key Intelligence Topics (KITs)
The next generation of intelligence analysis looks very different from the analysis done in our organizations over the past few years. Driving forces, including needs to address the growing complexity of competitive and environmental factors, better dealing with the global explosion of data available, and the urgent need for alternative cognitive models, among other things, have brought intelligence analysis to a tipping point. Based on over 15 years of research conducted with hundreds of global organizations, Dr. Craig S. Fleisher, the "Dean of Intelligence Analysis" will discuss how analysis practices and processes are being reengineered to meet rapidly changing needs of decision-makers. Dr. Fleisher will illustrate several next generation analytical elements, the development of structured analytical methodologies, the means for uniting key intelligence topics (KITs) and analytical techniques in a framework known as KITs+1™, collaborative insight mechanics driven by Web 2.0 applications such as wikis, and nascent models for training and development like the one called Analytical Fitness™ that Aurora is using with its own analysts and clients.
Dr. Craig S. Fleisher is the Chief Learning Officer (CLO) at Aurora WDC. Craig has authored several essential CI books including the Financial Times Guide to Analysis for Managers (2009), Business and Competitive Analysis (FT Press, 2007), and Strategic and Competitive Analysis (Pearson, 2003), among others. A former SCIP president and long-serving Board member, he originated and was inaugural chair of the CI Foundation, served as founding editor of the Journal of Competitive Intelligence and Management, and is a SCIP Meritorious Award winner and Fellow. He was Dean, MBA Director and University Research Chair, and was recognized as one of Canada's top MBA professors in Canadian Business while serving at the business or management schools at the U. of Calgary, Windsor, WLU and UNB. A long-standing member of the Canadian Who's Who, he continues to teach graduate or executive courses for universities in Australia, China, Finland, Switzerland, UK and USA as well as developing and delivering custom executive courses in intelligence and analysis. Contact Craig at craig.fleisher@AuroraWDC.com or see his full profile at: http://CI2020.com/profile/CraigSFleisher.
Bennett Jones Suite 3400 1 First Canadian Place Toronto, M5X 1A4 Canada Agenda 5:00pm - 5:30pm Registration/Networking 5:30pm - 6:30pm Program 6:30pm - 7:30pm Q&A/Networking Refreshments will be provided. Registration SCIP and SLA Members: $20.00USD Non-Members: $30.00USD Students: $15.00USD SLA Members: Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a registration form. Please register here: http://www.scip.org/Training/EventsDetail.cfm?itemnumber=15395 Contact Information David Gibson, SCIP Toronto Chapter Chair, email@example.com/416.932.9923 Laura Warner, firstname.lastname@example.org/416.882.7160 Robyn Reals, SCIP Educ. Mgr., email@example.com/703.739.0696 X 107 Cancellation Policy Cancellations must be received, in writing, by Wednesday, January 4th, 2012 Rob Robyn Reals Education Manager Strategic and Competitive Intelligence Professionals (SCIP) 703.739.0696 X107 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.scip.org/